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Children's Ministry at Nichols Street 

At Nichols Street, our Kids (infant through 4th grade) experience a safe, age-appropriate environment where they learn about Jesus in a creative and relevant way. We seek to prepare children for a life of discipleship by teaching them that God loves them and wants a relationship with them.

We believe that parents and families should be the primary shapers of faith as Deuteronomy 6:7-8 teaches: " These commandments that I give you today are to be on your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up." We offer the following classes to help you in your journey of shaping the faith of your children.

We have an unattended nursery available for use during worship.

Cradle Roll -
Children have the ability to learn at a very young age.  As soon as a child can sit up they can begin attending our Cradle Roll class.  They stay in this class till the age of 2.  In this class, children learn that God made everything and that God loves them.

Toddler Bible Class:
Children ages 2 & 3 have fun while learning the fundamental stories of the Bible to cultivate a relationship with their peers and teachers and most importantly they will have solid building blocks for their faith’s foundation. They will go through the Bible twice during their time in this class.

Pre-K & Kinder Bible Class:
Children in preschool and kindergarten will begin their journey diving deeper into God’s Word. In this class, students will take their first steps as we go through a 3-year curriculum exploring the expanse of the Bible. For more information on the Gospel Project Curriculum scroll below.

Elementary Bible Class:
1st - 3rd grade classes open up the Bible to discover the events in the Bible as they continue their journey through our Gospel Project curriculum. For more information on the Gospel Project Curriculum scroll below.

Your First Visit

Here's what to expect when visiting Nichols Street Children's Ministry for the first time.

When entering the church building there are two drive-throughs at the front of the building. Each sets of doors enter into a foyer with directions to the rooms on the walls. On Sunday mornings kids will meet in the Children's Wing and on Wednesday nights, our children meet in our Bible Hour room. Both areas are directed on the foyer walls. If you have any questions, please ask a Church member, we are more than happy to help you find your class!

Once you get to you child's class, check them in and meet their teacher. It's always good to allow the teacher to know who will be picking up and dropping off the child so we can provide a safe environment for your child.

In our Children’s Ministry we are studying the Gospel Project for Kids curriculum.

This Quarter we are in Gospel Project For Kids Volume 9 which covers Units 25, 26, and 27

UNIT 25:


Jesus told parables, or stories, to help people understand what the kingdom of heaven is like. Jesus’ parables show what it looks like to live in God’s kingdom where Jesus reigns supreme. One day, these stories will become our reality when Jesus returns and reverses the curse of sin.

Key Passage:

“For he has rescued us from the dominion of darkness and brought us into the kingdom of the Son he loves” 

Colossians 1:13

Big Picture Question: 

How does God care for His creation? God loves and rules over all He made.

Unit 25 Session 1 - Kingdom Parables

  • Story Point: God’s growing kingdom is more valuable than anything.

Unit 25 Session 2 - Three Parables

  • Story Point: Jesus came to seek and save the lost.

Unit 25 Session 3 - Jesus’ Hard Teachings

  • Story Point: Many people did not understand Jesus’ teaching.

Unit 25 Session 4 - Jesus Raised Lazarus

  • Story Point: Jesus has power over death.


UNIT 26:


As people began to turn against Jesus, He journeyed toward Jerusalem where He knew He would be arrested and crucified. Jesus continued to tell people that they needed to repent, and He prepared His true followers for His death. Soon after Jesus arrived in Jerusalem, He was betrayed, arrested, tried, and crucified.

Key Passage:

“And being found in appearance as a man, he humbled himself by becoming obedient to death—even death on a cross!” Philippians 2:8

Big Picture Question:

What did Jesus do to save us? Jesus died on the cross and rose from the dead.

Unit 26 Session 1 - Jesus’ Triumphal Entry

  • Story Point - People welcomed Jesus to Jerusalem as their King.

Unit 26 Session 2 - Jesus Was Questioned

  • Story Point - Jesus spoke with wisdom and authority.

Unit 26 Session 3 - The Last Supper

  • Story Point - Jesus commanded His disciples to remember His sacrifice.

Unit 26 Session 4 - Jesus Was Arrested

  • Story Point - Jesus allowed His enemies to arrest Him.

Unit 26 Session 5 - Jesus’ Crucifixion

  • Story Point - Jesus died on the cross to pay for our sins.


UNIT 27:


The darkest moment of the gospel story became the brightest when Jesus rose from the dead to provide forgiveness for all of God’s people. After Jesus rose from the dead, He spent 40 more days proving that He is alive and preparing His followers to continue His mission after He returned to heaven to be with His Father.

Key Passage:

“Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die” John 11:25

Big Picture Question:

Where is Jesus now? Jesus is in heaven.

Unit 27 Session 1 - Jesus’ Resurrection

  • Story Point - God raised Jesus from the dead to defeat sin and death.

Unit 27 Session 2 - The Emmaus Disciples

  • Story Point - Jesus taught that all the Scriptures point to Him.

Unit 27 Session 3 - Jesus Appeared to the Disciples

  • Story Point - Jesus proved He is alive.

Unit 27 Session 4 - Jesus Returned to Heaven

  • Story Point - Jesus gave His disciples the Great Commission.



Meet our Children’s Minister and her family

Katie Sue Webber has been on staff at Nichols Street since May of 2022. Katie Sue is married to her husband, Chris, and together they have two sons.  Katie Sue went to Oklahoma Christian University where she graduated with a bachelors degree in Children’s Ministry and a minor in Family Science. Katie Sue's main responsibilities as Children's Minister are working with the children, preteens, and their families.


By working together and equipping our children we can change our community through a generation of young believers.  Come be a part of Nichols Street Kid Min! If you are interested in learning more check us out on Facebook!


Worship Experience | Sundays 9:30am | Auditorium
Children's Bible Hour | Sundays Worship during sermon | Bible Hour Room
Sunday Bible Class 10:45am | Children's Wing
Wednesday Bible Class6:30pm | Bible Hour Room


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